|A Book of Bargains (1896) - Vincent James O'Sullivan - Vincent O'Sullivan|
The first collection of macabre stories by Vincent James O'Sullivan (1868-1940), an American-born writer of poetry, fiction, and literary criticism. The book was published by Leonard Smithers in London, 1896. This collection includes the following stories: "The Bargain of Rupert Orange", "My Enemy and Myself", "The Business of Madame Jahn", "A Study in Murder", "Original Sin", "When I Was Dead" [which became his most widely anthologized story], and "Hugo Raven's Hand"...
Keywords: vincent o'sullivan; macabre; stories; yellow nineties; aubrey beardsley
|ACPC #172 - 23 May 2006 - St. Vincent of Lerins|
23 May 2006 Anglo-Catholic PODcast #172: Solemnity of St. Vincent of Lerins, Confessor -j
|ACPC #160 - 5 April 2006 - St. Vincent Ferrer|
5 April 2006 Anglo-Catholic PODcast #160: Lenten Feria Commemoration of St. Vincent Ferrer, Confessor -j
|Rupert Brooke's Death and Burial - J. Perdriel-Vassieres translated from the French by Vincent O'Sullivan.|
Rupert Brooke's Death and Burial based on the log of the French hospital ship Duguay-Trouin: translated from the French of J. Perdriel-Vassieres by Vincent O'Sullivan. This is an edited version of the document already on the site, which had many mistakes in it.
Keywords: Great War; World War 1; death; Rupert Brooke; poet; Bloomsbury
|The Best short stories of 1917 : and The Yearbook of the American short story - O'Brien, Edward Joseph Harrington, 1890-1941|
Excursion / Edwina Stanton Babcock -- Onnie / Thomas Beer -- Cup of tea / Maxwell Struthers Burt -- Lonely places / Francis Buzzell -- Boys will be boys / Irvin S. Cobb -- Laughter / Charles Caldwell Dobie -- Emperor of Elam / H.G. Dwight -- Gay old dog / Edna Ferber -- Knight's move / Katharine Fullerton Gerould -- Jury of her peers / Susan Glaspell -- Bunker mouse / Frederick Stuart Greene -- Rainbow Pete / Richard Matthews Hallet -- Get ready the wreaths / Fannie Hurst -- Strange looking man ...
Keywords: Short stories, American; American fiction -- 20th century
|Saint Augustin - Louis Bertrand , Vincent O'Sullivan , tr, Vincent O 'Sullivan|
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
|Sentiment - O'Sullivan, Vincent, 1872-1940|
Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
|Human affairs - O'Sullivan, Vincent, 1872-1940|
|The green window - O'Sullivan, Vincent, 1872-1940|
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|Saint Augustin - Bertrand, Louis, 1866-1941|
Keywords: Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo
|The Best Short Stories of 1917 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story - Various|
Book from Project Gutenberg: The Best Short Stories of 1917 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story
|The green window - O'Sullivan, Vincent, 1872-1940|
|Application of phage display to high throughput antibody generation and characterization. (Volume 8) - Schofield, Darren J|
This article is from Genome Biology, volume 8.AbstractA phage display library has been constructed containing over 1010 human antibodies, allowing the large-scale generation of antibodies. Over 38,000 recombinant antibodies against 292 antigens were selected, screened and sequenced, and 4,400 resultant unique clones characterized further.
|The houses of sin - O'Sullivan, Vincent, 1872-1940|
Clark Library has copy no. 4 or 7(?)
|Ben Ionson, his Volpone: or, The foxe - Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637|
"Of this edition one thousand copies have been printed for England and America in demy quarto on art paper ... and one hundred copies in demy quarto on Imperial Japanese vellum"
|H.L. Mencken - Rascoe, Burton, 1892-1957|
Keywords: Mencken, H. L. (Henry Louis), 1880-1956; Mencken, H. L. (Henry Louis), 1880-1956; Mencken, H. L. (Henry Louis), 1880-1956; National characteristics, American, in literature; Criticism -- United States History 20th century
|Association mapping of partitioning loci in barley. (Volume 9) - Cockram, James|
This article is from BMC Genetics, volume 9.AbstractBackground: Association mapping, initially developed in human disease genetics, is now being applied to plant species. The model species Arabidopsis provided some of the first examples of association mapping in plants, identifying previously cloned flowering time genes, despite high population sub-structure. More recently, association genetics has been applied to barley, where breeding activity has resulted in a high degree of population sub-st...
|The Val158Met COMT polymorphism is a modifier of the age at onset in Parkinson's disease with a sexual dimorphism. (Volume 84) - Klebe, Stephan|
This article is from Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, volume 84.AbstractThe catechol-O-methyltranferase (COMT) is one of the main enzymes that metabolise dopamine in the brain. The Val158Met polymorphism in the COMT gene (rs4680) causes a trimodal distribution of high (Val/Val), intermediate (Val/Met) and low (Met/Met) enzyme activity. We tested whether the Val158Met polymorphism is a modifier of the age at onset (AAO) in Parkinson's disease (PD)...
|Screen Guild Theater|
Episodes from the radio anthology series "Screen Guild Theater".
Keywords: Old Time Radio; Screen Guild Theater; Screen Guild Theatre; Screen Actors Guild
Downloads: 211,815 (14 reviews)
|Have You Never Been Mellow - Show Index and Playlists|
From April, 1998 to May, 1999, "Have You Never Been Mellow" was hosted by Chuck Tomlinson and Joel Stitzel, and aired on Club 14 KLBB (1400 and 1470 AM)/Minneapolis. The show ran initially on Saturdays from 9-11pm, then on Sundays from 8-10pm.